At least 50,000 people will be without electricity as a result of severe storms in Oklahoma.
Thousands of residents across Oklahoma were affected by severe weather on Sunday night.
Oklahoma Gas and Electric provided electricity to 22,962 customers on Sunday night at 10 p.m. More than 54,000 individuals across the state were reported to be without electricity.
At 9:35 p.m., there were 5,670 customers in Comanche County, 1,785 customers in Kiowa County, 1,903 customers in Washita County, 2,777 customers in Caddo County, 1,036 consumers in Blaine County, and hundreds in Roger Mills County, Beckham County, and Greer County without electricity.
On the night of the storms that struck the Oklahoma City metropolitan area, 9,640 Canadian County customers, 9,429 Cleveland County customers, and 3,102 McClain County customers were without electricity.
A large number of people in Grant, Stephens, Cotton, Bryan, and McCurtain counties have also lost electricity.
Many reports of power lines being lost across Oklahoma as storms passed east.
Because of the increased risk to employees, OG&E has stated that bucket trucks should not be used in high wind conditions.